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Of interest: Historical Interiors and the Digital Colloquium

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    Jennifer Komar Olivarez

    Historical Interiors and the Digital: The Possibilities and Limits of Virtual Reconstructions
    Les intérieurs historiques et le numérique: possibilités et limites des reconstructions virtuelles pour la recherche

    Online and in-person, Paris and Versailles, 17–18 November 2022

    Colloque international organisé par Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art Paris, le Mobilier national et le Centre de recherche du château de Versailles

    The virtual reconstruction of historical interiors—from architecture to wall decoration and furniture to textiles—has been a proven instrument of cultural mediation in recent years, particularly in museums, exhibitions and/or for the study of historical monuments (for instance in archaeology). Questions of spatial proportions and fundamental architectural units are today at the forefront, with emphasis often placed on the possibility of visiting these spaces virtually, either on a 2D screen or with an immersive headset.

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